What’s not to love! Giant felted granny squares!
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Posted on May 24, 2010 by sarah london
Gorgeous pictures and granny squares! LOVE the size! (-:
those granny squares are wonderful. what a great idea to make them that big. love the loft!
Sure seems like a workout, her arms are so toned! I wish mine were like that…another reason to crochet, eh?
OMG!! Thank you that is fantastic….my mind is whirling trying to figure out how much roving i would need to make a square :-) Not sure hubby would be happy with me using our machine though :-( (I’m sure one won’t hurt hey?? )
I agree with Iz – I noticed the arms before the crochet! It seems the bigger the crochet, the more toned the arms.
Baby beanies = bingo wings – big crochet = Dana Arms!
Me Do the Dana!
thanks so much for sharing this NY times article which I would never otherwise have seen. The braided rugs and the giant granny squares are just amazing. I have posted about Dana Barnes work on follyandglee today and thanked you.
that is SO amazing! thanks for sharing!
Wow these are so amazing. I love making granny squares and incorporate them in almost all my collections in one or the other way.
OOOH! So pretty! [palmface] Why didn’t I think of this! What a cool concept!
I think I love her. :]
I wonder who her supplier is for that gorgeous fiber?!? The softness (it looks super plush anyway) and color saturation, and slight variegation are amazing.
impressive! I would love those for my home!
great idea and…. big work!
bye bye frim Italy, Taced
Guess she will suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome soon.
Where can I find the yarn to make this?
How do I find the yarn you used? Did you just combined many strands or is it a special order?
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